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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1982

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1982

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1982

本很中W合雙 讀者普及全 1喬 無文字么搞胰 廣告收効宏大 休斯頓亞洲知*>">' ^^Qsiarj , (^^anoeRici ^^p'jiescioal fcarj 即 中 狂誠綜麵丨」)晚'_ U多彩多恣,定於五月 晩上七時三十分在冰斯呦大學CULLEN CENTER。 i—■曰 maufliaiaiaia COOK. CHINESE SPECIALTY FOOD: 1 year experience rc(|uircd. To prepare and cook Chinese specialty dishes. S6.25/hr. 40-hr. week. Contact Texas Employment Commission Houston, TX Job Order No. 261 2494. Ad paid by Equal Opportunity Employer. ❖聘請府師:需一年經驗•專長中國策•母小時6. 2 5元•每遇 工作四十小時•有意者請與德州勞工介绍所聯絡•工作機會 號碼 2 6 1 2 4 9 4 Unitedbank 1602 Milam Houston, Texas 77002 Phone (713) 659-1010 停車免費 yP opular Services Personal Loans Commercial Loans Home Improvement Loans Checking Accounts Savings Accounts Certificates of Deposit Money Market Savings Certificates Bank by Mail Safe Deposit Boxes Cashier's Checks Money Orders Series E Bonds Master Charge and Visa Credit Cards 24 Hour Depository Notary Service Wire Transfers Investment Guidance Direct Deposit Corporate or Government (If you haven't found the service you need in this list just ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1982

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

• New Miss Chinatown Houston Pageant page 3 • Chinese Language Programs page 9 • Taiwan TV on Channel 8-page 10 • Angel Island page 13 • FREE ASTROWORLD TICKETS-page I 5 The English section of this issue is dedicated to the kids the younger generation who represent the future of our community-and all those who help shape the young through life's many passages: the parents, the doctors, the teachers, recreation-providers, scholarship-givers, the culture-preservers who keep our heritage alive, even television—but especially the parents, who desire hut a better life for their children. To the kids: Have a great summer, iJliTXmwUBXtTilTWiTWriJI immjmmaiTf/iwmiTMirijiWH'rifi Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY Vol. 7, No. 9 P.O. Box 18603 $ to $ Houston, Texas 7722 3 June 1-15, 1982 ASIAN AMERICAN FESTIVAL ■ The Asian American Dance Company from Cookie Joe's Dancin' School performs at the Asian American Festival, May 16 at Sharpstown Center. Many Asian '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

Page 2 Southwest ( hint's*' Journal June 1-15, 1982 * = <= =*= Calendar Activities and/or announcements for the Calendar section should be sent to the SWCJ, P. 0. Box 18603, Houston, Tx 77223, or call 491-5704 by the 11th or 27th of each month. sKs The Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet will present an exhibit entitled "Chinese Art at Yale" June 23 thru August 22 in the Masterson Study Gallery. The Asian American Repub- lican National Federation- Houston Chapter will have a meeting June 2, Wed., 7 PM at the Harris County Republi- can Headquarter. 3215 W. Ala- bama (behind Lamar High School). The purpose of the meeting will be to elect officers and to organize efforts for the Nov. election. For more information, call 488-6469, Esther Yao. "Made in Taiwan: Televi- sion from the Republic of China" - a 2-hr. variety program of excerpts from the best of Taiwan's commercial TV programming will be pre- sented on June 19, Sat., 9 PM on KUHF, Channel 8. See related story. Institute of Ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

June 1-15, 1982 & ^ t Southwest Chinese Journal page I Who Will Become the Next Miss Chinatown Houston? Realtor Jane Eng Gee, coor- dinator of the Miss Chinatown Houston Contest and Pageant, announces that the search for the 1982 winner is now under- way. A University of Texas stud- ent, Simone Gee, the 1981 Miss Chinatown Houston, won not only in Houston, but was also awarded the title of Second Princess in the nation- wide contest at the San Fran- cisco Chinese New Year cele- bration. Alvin Wong Gee will again be the official contest pho- tographer. Festivities are scheduled August 8^ in the Emerald Room of the Shamrock Hilton. Chinese girls in the State of Texas 18 to 25 years of age, citizens or permanent residents of the United States, are eligible. Prizes inclule: a $500 award in cash of schol- arship from Dr. & Mrs. Edward C.M. Chen and Mrs. Daisy Chan Gee; a $100 U.S. Saving Bonds fashion color portraits by Alvin Wong Gee Studio; $25 expense allowances; talent assist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

page 4 ^7 r£] ^ 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal .... June 1-15, 1982 COMMUNITY NEWS by Jun« Dove Leong Western Electric'sJESTER S.P. GEE, son of MR. & MRS. WALEY C. GEE, and CHERYL STANLEY (of Orthodontist KIM S. GEE's office), daugh- ter of MR. & MRS. JOEL STANLEY, were married Sunday, May 23rd at the First baptist Church. Out-of-town guests included many relatives from California. Golden Bo Res- taurant closed its doors to the general public to make room for the huge dinner reception for wedding guests. ********** Popular cheerleader SAM LEE, son of MR. & MRS. GENE L. LEE graduated from St. Thomas High School. Sam spends his out-of-school hours assisting his parents at Lee Printing Co. ********** MR. WILLIAM LIM, owner of New South China Restaurant, located at 8927 Richmond Ave. (near Fondren), recently hired a Dim-sum chef from New York. Beginning June 5th, they will serve Dim-sum every day from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M., During the month of June, there will be a 10% discount o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

June 1-15, 1982 ^7 ilj Bt -III Southwest (Chinese Journal Page 5 Medical Flashcards Developed by CHSC of Houston The Southwest Chinese Journal is pleased to report that our call in February for volunteers for a hospital transla- tion project, sponsored by Mr. Fred Maxwell and the South- east Rotary Club of Houston, has yielded a full and enthu- siastic response from the Chinese Health Services Center of Houston. Thomas Lou, a frequent contributor to these pages as a coordinator for CHSC, reports that the volunteer group has translated and printed English/Chinese flash cards which will greatly facilitate daily communication between doctor/ nurse and a Chinese patient with limited English skills. This need is especially critical if no actual interpreter, usually a family member or member of the community, can be present at a time of crisis. These cards, CHSC believes, will greatly help bridge any language gap which may arise. A complete set of these flash cards has been developed whic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

Page 6 I . 1 | , i f « t£| Q# Southwest Chinese Journal June 1-15, 1982 UH Professor Wins Excellence Award At the University of Houston commencement ceremcny held on May 15, Professor Liang-Chi Shen received the "Research Excellence Award" of the College of Engineer- ing in recognition for his outstanding accomplishments in research and his contri- butions to the research pro- grams in the college. Pro- fessor Shen was given a plaque and a cash prize of $2,000. Among more than a hundred faculty in the col- lege of engineering at UH, Professor Shen was the sev- enth person to receive this honor, which was established in 1976. Professor Shen joined the University of Houston in 1967 after receiving his Ph.D. degree from Harvard. He be- came the chairman of the electrical engineering depart- ment fi ve years ago• In the last fifteen years, Profes- sor Shen has published more than 40 technical papers in numerous prestigious jour- nals. He established a re- search group in the area of app...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

June 1-15, 1982 ^7 r£) flf Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 Who's Who in Houston: Dr. Dora Chao Dr. Dora Chao is a pediatric neurologist greatly respected by her peers in the Houston area. She was associated with Blue Bird Circle Clinic for Pediatric Neurology for approximately fifteen years, and is now in private practice in pediatric neurology in the Medical Towers Building. Dr. Chao is a graduate of Peking Union Medical College, which the John D. Rockefeller Foundation helped build and which President Nixon visited during his famous trip to China. Dr. Chao has written numerous papers on children's migraine headaches and epilepsy. She has also contributed to a leading textbook on epilepsy. She is married to C.T. Teng, a radiologist at St. Luke's Hospital, and has one married daughter, Mei Su Teng Heard. The Southwest Chinese Journal is proud to honor this most humble member of our community, as we strive to educate everyone on "Who's Who in Houston." ' 7 iA w*- Citizenship Class G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

Page 8 & r£j $1 Southwest Chinese Journal June 1-15, 1982 IMAGES: Real People (and Imagined Voices) from Asian American Festival Photos by Tony Wong. Lines by Anonymous. Thank you, Marjorie Ng. I am a Lao American. But I am more than this dance I dance for you. I work, I study, I learn - trying to be an American, too. I am a Chinese American; if my poor brushstrokes could speak for me. They would paint how proud I am of being Chinese , and being free. m We are Japanese Americans-we offer more than what you've seen today We honor our homeland AND our home: Houston, Texas, U.S.A. i ft *2* 3 / % '* We are Asian Americans—growing up and growing— We share with our children where we've been and, hopefully, where we're going. Window guards Door guards Railings • Gates • Fences • Custom stainless steel fabrications Portable welding service • Commercial and residential SgSMig- WELDING CO. Joe Garza 880-23.27 Houston. Texas 77008 1145 Tulane Street N ..in li> >-t WW MM L w * i(M'li ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

June 1-15, 1982 ^7 r£j Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 Chinese Language at Bellaire High tmmm Bellaire student Jane Jones & Mrs. Tsay by Grace Lim Bellaire Senior High, with its Magnet foreign language program, offers courses in Russian, Hebrew, and Chinese among many others. It is the the only school in the Hous- ton Independent School Dis- trict that offers Chinese in its curriculum. Chinese has been taught in Bellaire since 1976 by Mrs. Susan Tsay. She teaches first to fifth year Chinese, broken down into regular and Caucasians who also take the language. When questioned about the reason behind taking Chinese, Kelly Terell, non-Chinese student said, "I think America will open more relations with China, and there will probably be a big demand for interpret- ers ." Most of the students (Chi- nese) said that their par- ents strongly encouraged them to take the language. Mrs. Tsay said, "Though parents do play a major part in their children's partici- pation in taking Chinese, t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

Page 10 ^ i^J Southwest Chinese Journal June 1-15, 1982 Tab Fitness Festival Photos by Leng C. Kuon i I Chu Kim & Hoang Do. by Allan Gor The TAB Fitness Festival, held May 22 at Rice Stadium, gave several Asian Americans an opportunity to get in- volved in numerous ways. In addition to a karate demon- stration presented by the Black Belt Academy with its usual Asian input, there were two noticeable contri- butions by Asian Americans: (1) Tamara Leong, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Leong of Bellaire, coordi- nated the models for a sportswear fashion show during the Festival and, with Angela Lim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Lim of New South China Restaurant, distributed T-shirts; (2) the locally celebrated "Swinging Ropers" precision jump rope team from Brae- burn Elementary made two appearances during the day- Hoang Do skips rope. long event. As everyone knows who has been entranced by their appearances on 2 Kidsworld (Channel 2) and numerous downtown parades, the Swinging R...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

June 1-15, 1982 & (tj ^ & Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 International Science & Engineering Fair i I I i Thang Nguyen, 18, of Huntsville, Texas, receives his First Award. Thang plans to attend Rice University this fall. by Leng Kuon High school students from all over the world exhibited their award-winning science projects at the 33rd Inter- national Science and Engi- neering Fair, May 10 to 14 in the Astrohall. There were 524 finalists who represented District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, 44 States, and seven foreign countries including the Re- public of China, Japan and Korea. All of them had pre- viously won in regionally held science fairs. The exhibit was divided into 12 categories: Earth and Space Sciences, Math- ematics and Computers, Micro- biology, Physics, and others. The first ISEF was held in Philadelphia, Penn., in 1950. There were 30 final- ists from 13 areas. The ISEF has grown, and expanded much in the last 32 years. The 1982 fair had 524 finalists and i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

Page 12 ifj Southwest Chinese Journal June 1-15, 1982 PSYCHOLOGY By WEINING C. CHANG, Ph.D. Piydiatofnt Prodigal Sons and Daughters I have heard many a story about unappreciative sons and daughters and have been sometimes referred to as one myself. I have also heard stories about parents or grandparents jeing unreasonable and demanding. Things might be even tforse when families bring in parents, grandparents or other relatives from their homeland to the U.S. I do not doubt the love and affection that most family nembers have for each other; even during squabbles, unwise /ords may come out. What, then, is the problem which leads :o unhappiness in the family? We often attribute the problems in a family or in any cind of interpersonal relationship to the personal charac- :eristics of the individuals involved. If I cannot get ilong with my mother or my mother-in-law, it must be be- cause of some personality defects of my mother or my mother- ..n-law; if one is unhappy with one's relativ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

June 1-15, 1982 ^7 rt] A 1" 4il Southwest Chinese Journal Page 13 Our Roots In History: Angel Island By Vivian Lee and Peter Kiang Asian American Resource Workshop Angel Island poems reprinted from ISLAND, edited bv Him Mark Lai, Genny Lim and Judy Yung, with permission granted by Ms. Yung. Despite the concerted movement of anti-Asian violence and legislation, Asian communities formed in America out of self-defense and a desire to maintain the language and culture from home. Here, the early immigrants, the over- whelming majority of whom were men, found work, fellow- ship, companions and social familiarity. Their successive contributions in working the mines, building the railroads and clearing the agricultural lands were in large part re- sponsible for the growth in production, settlement and capital of America's pioneer west. From the sojourning, long hours, hard labor, endurance, contributions and sub- stantial losses came the beginning of Asian roots in Ameri- ca - roots grown f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

Page 14 III Southwest Chinese Journal June 1-15, 1982 Ching Ming by Weining Chang it is spring again; the warm Houston weather and the frequent drizzles remind one of South China where the drizzles come with spring, especially around Ching Ming, the fourth day of the fourth moon of a year. Coming with rain is the lusty green and that nameless damp, almost erotic feeling taht symbolizes spring. In China, Ching Ming was the day when people visited the the graveyards of their ancestors. They came, big and small, young and old, male and female, in groups carrying baskets full of food and wine, into the mountains and hill hills where their ancestors were buried. People walked or rode on oxcarts leisurely and joyously, chatting and singing along the way. This was one of the rare occasions when young women came out in their colorful fineries, another welcomed symbol of spring. There would be flowers along the way, peach and cherry blossoms of pink and snow. Green new willow with all its gr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

June 1-15, 1982 \£) r^J 8# 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal Page 15 Astroworld Coloring Contest Deadline June 16 In cooperation with Astroworld, the Southwest Chinese lournal will be sponsoring a coloring contest from June 2 Ito June 16. Children between the ages of six and eleven |can win free tickets to Astroworld, the fun-filled amuse- uent park at Kirby and Loop 610, if their entries in the [coloring contest are judged to be among the best ten sent to our office by June 16. Simply color in the drawing on this page of the Udder Delights, the latest Astroworld [feature, and send along with the child's name, age, address and phone number, postmarked by June 16, to Southwest Chinese Journal, P.O. Box 18603, Houston, TX 77223. Delivery by hand tfill not be accepted. First prize is 20 tickets to Astroworld. Second prize is eight tickets; third through fifth prize is four tickets; consolation prizes for the sixth through tenth place entries will be one pair of tickets to Astroworld. Enter...

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Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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